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pamela_denchfie
Nintex Newbie

LazyApproval Guide: Nintex Workflow 2013 & Nintex Workflow 2010

This guide includes instructions and best practices for implementing, testing, and troubleshooting LazyApproval for Nintex Workflow 2013 and Nintex Workflow 2010.

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Re: LazyApproval Guide: Nintex Workflow 2013 & Nintex Workflow 2010

Is this document only for onpremises or both(on premises and O365) Nintex workflow

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Re: LazyApproval Guide: Nintex Workflow 2013 & Nintex Workflow 2010

Hey Arunkumar, this doc is only applicable to NIntex Workflow on-prem. 

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Re: LazyApproval Guide: Nintex Workflow 2013 & Nintex Workflow 2010

Thanks for your reply Emily..can you please provide me document(Examples) for O365 Nintex workflow app

  • "start a task process" &
  • "start Workflow" Action
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Hey Arunkumar, what kind of information are you looking for? Is there a specific area of the actions you are looking for info on?

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Re: LazyApproval Guide: Nintex Workflow 2013 & Nintex Workflow 2010

I need to capture the individual Approver comments using "start a task process" Action

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latif_guler
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Re: LazyApproval Guide: Nintex Workflow 2013 & Nintex Workflow 2010

Hi, Should there be internet access for SharePoint? (Access on the outside network)

I need to be able to confirm from outside the network.

Maybe, entegration Nintex and Exchange!

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dlgross
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Re: LazyApproval Guide: Nintex Workflow 2013 & Nintex Workflow 2010

Can Lazy Approval be used if SP 2013 is using the Basic option for Incoming Email or is the Advanced option required?

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davidnintex
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Re: LazyApproval Guide: Nintex Workflow 2013 & Nintex Workflow 2010

Hi Dean!

You should be able to use both Basic and Advanced for Lazy Approval. Lazy approval will connect to the existing SMTP service and SharePoint processes the incoming mail accordingly by response and token.

A benefit of using the advanced option would allow for a bit more customization.

Microsoft document on configuring incoming mail (for 2013) :

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262947(v=office.15).aspx#section3

Let us know if there is anything else!

-David

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